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WordPress Plugin Releases for 1/18

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RSSImportTwo lists a RSS-Feed in your WP-Blog, only headlines or with description. (English version)

The Hacker’s Diet is a plugin which you can use to input your weight everyday for calculating and tracking your weight trend based off the guidance and formulas used in the book, The Hacker’s Diet by John Walker.

Zelig Dropdown Links displays the links in the sidebar as a simple dropdown list (select box). If you have more link categories, every one will be shown in it’s own list. This is supposed to replace the original get_links_list() function and should be useful if you have a lot of links, but you don’t want to clutter up your sidebar with them!

The latest version of Subscribe2 has just been released. It adds a feature and fixes a bug.

Angsuman’s Translator Plugin Pro Version 4.0 is a paid WordPress plugin that provides automatic machine translation of your blog in thirteen different languages.

Embed Jmol Applet into WordPress using this hack from OpenScience, embed Jmol Applets into your WordPress blog posts. I love the caffeine molecule in the example.

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  1. Halina Goldstein (3 comments.) says:

    A word of caution about Ansugman’s Translator:

    The problem with translation software is that it translates one word at a time. It cannot translat a sentence and the meaning of it. As a result, for a person who speaks the language these translations look like a joke. So if creditability is important to you, stay away from translation software/plugins.

    Best wishes

    Halina (Denmark)

  2. Johan (1 comments.) says:

    Yeah, I know, I shouldn’t, but now I am.

    Using MSIE6, that is (wasn’t my choice to have it on my work computer). Which makes this site behave really strange. For example, the post headline jumps around somewhere in the middle of the post, and comments won’t float up nicely just under the post, but are displayed below the ads.

  3. forat (1 comments.) says:

    Thanks for The Hacker’s Diet plugin :)

    My level of English is low….. Sorry

  4. Shane Graber (1 comments.) says:

    I’m working on the Jmol one right now. :)



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